posted on Sep, 5 2020 @ 06:54 AM
a reply to: Slichter
Sadly, it seems our choices are restricted to the point they are no longer democratic, rather we choose our vote according to our own perception of
the lesser of two evils. Which doesn't answer your question at all, however it seems to be the same the world over.
The only vote that can not be manipulated or misrepresented, is to vote with your money, which is more effective than voting with your feet, or pencil
and paper. The option of voting with your money isn't held as valid by central governments as transfering dollars into other forms of wealth
undermines what the elites are trying to achieve.
My motto for our brave new world "is money talks". With that in mind, I exposed myself to dragon fever summer 2017, so voted with my wallet to
avoid the ponzi financial system that is failing around the world (taking pensions etc with it). The markets are heavily controlled one way or
another, while robinhooders had a great time, little do they realise that part of the debt is quietly being transfered to them. While us oldies
understand that mmt doesn't work, there is no way out of the debt trap the west has created unless or until they find a way to go back to austrian
I don't recall the cuban missile crisis, due to my eta of late 60's, it sounds like a stressful time for the public, a behind the scenes view must
have been awsome and informative.